This past Saturday, Huntly recorded one of the comebacks of the season. After trailing Clachnacuddin by three goals, they netted four times in the second half to secure a win.


Myles Brownhill played a part in the black and gold’s fightback with a stunning volley for the second goal and was delighted with the performance of his team-mates.


“It was a real battle and being down three-nil with just over half an hour left it was going to be tough and scoring right after their last goal spurred us on and thankfully we managed to grab a late winner through Ross McKenzie.

Michael McGinlay dropped back into midfield with Russell Guild out and did a job in there and scored the equaliser and I think no matter where he plays he will get us goals. It was good for me and Ross to get on the scoresheet coming in from the wide positions and it it’s pleasing that the goals are coming from all over the park.”


A few weeks ago in a three-nil win over Brora Rangers, McKenzie and Brownhill came off the bench at the interval and have since formed a promising wide partnership.


“We’ve played in that system for the last few weeks now it’s starting to look pretty comfortable with the five across midfield. It’s a fair shift for two of us running up and down the park to defend and attack but we’re both fit, performing well and hopefully we can keep playing that system.”


During the first month of the season, the 24 year old former Banks O' Dee player found starting places hard to come by under John Teasdale with only one start during the first month of the season but noted their has been a dramatic turnaround since the appointment of Steve Paterson and Martin Stewart.


“There’s a far better team spirit, we were unsettled under the former management but Steve has come in and brought things back to basics, playing people in their more favoured positions and given everyone a huge lift.
Earlier in the season we were lacking confidence and Steve and Martin’s influence has helped greatly really improved performances and you could see that even last week where we ran Buckie Thistle really close.

Even at half-time at Clach the heads were down after a drop in performances since the previous week but we got a talking to and that spurred us on and if we can keep grinding out results we’ll get up the league”


One of the downsides to Huntly’s season thus far has been their away form with only one win on the road and Myles looks to build on recent good performances when they travel to face Formartine United this weekend.


“Formartine are playing well and also did well to come back from behind with a good win over Lossie and we know it won’t be an easy fixture but we’ll go in with confidence and I think the wide pitch at North Lodge will suit us.”

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